Roblox not loading fully or closing after the “Installing Roblox…” screen can be frustrating. Here are some potential solutions to try if you encounter this issue when trying to play Roblox games:
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Make sure you have the latest version of Roblox installed. Open the Microsoft Store app, go to the Roblox page, and check for any available updates. Installing the newest version can fix bugs and problems that may be causing Roblox to not load properly.
Update Graphics Drivers
Outdated graphics drivers can sometimes cause issues with games loading or displaying properly. Go to your computer manufacturer’s website and search for the latest graphics drivers for your model. Download and install them to ensure compatibility with Roblox.
Check Internet Connection
A slow, unstable, or disconnected internet connection can disrupt Roblox from loading fully. Make sure your internet is working properly when trying to launch Roblox. If on Wi-Fi, move closer to the router or consider switching to a wired ethernet connection for faster speeds.
If you continue having connection issues, try unplugging your router and modem for 2 minutes before plugging back in. This may help resolve any temporary network problems preventing Roblox from connecting.
As a last resort, uninstall Roblox completely using the Windows “Apps & Features” settings page, then redownload and reinstall fresh from the Microsoft Store. This can resolve any corrupted files or issues from a bad install.
Following these troubleshooting tips should help identify and correct any problems causing Roblox to get stuck on the “Installing Roblox…” screen or close unexpectedly. With the game working properly, you can get back to enjoying all of your favorite Roblox worlds and experiences.